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As of the end of February and early March, if no one caught it, India banned a terrorist group. Or what they claimed a terrorist group. Jamaat-e-Islami in Kashmir was instantly and immediately banned out of nowhere by India following the issue of terrorism with Pakistan. Seemingly interesting and shocking thing about this, is that it was given the order to be banned one day and in 3 days they'd already shut down schools, jailed the leaders, and committed an action known as 'freezing and seizing'. Jamaat-e-Islami was a political and religious group banned on the pretense of terrorism.


A week following that, Pakistan after its attempt at making peace by giving India back its pilot, agreed to enact what they call the United Nations Security Council (Freezing and Seizure) Order (https://www.geo.tv/latest/230002-pakistan-issues-unsc-freezing-and-seizure-order-2019) which apparently puts into act an order from 2009 by the UN called "Sanctions against designated individuals and entities." (Here's where it gets relevant).


I'm not sure how the GT will start or when obviously. But ... this order.. It can be seen finally how it's possible. Like how they could wipe out religion all over the world in overly religious countries and do it fast.


The UN Freezing and Seizing order is basically a list that the UN has https://www.un.org/securitycouncil/content/un-sc-consolidated-list (which for some reasons link is not working tonight nor is any of the security council links. Odd)


...that the main idea is that if a country agrees to enact it (Pakistan in this case), they are agreeing to ban any organization or entity on the list in the name of fighting terrorism. The list being a list of supposed terrorists and their organizations such as the one Pakistan agreed to ban https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2019/03/pakistan-targets-terrorists-anti-india/584566/


If a country agrees to enact it they are OBLIGATED to ban the entities and organizations of that list and can add ones to it themselves in their own countries. To add an organization to the international list, the UNSC has to vote on it. This list was enacted in 2009 (somehow I missed it). Now the means through which they make it happen, is called Freezing and Seizing. Freeze the bank accounts and all funds(India did this), Seize all their properties (and this) and seize the people within the ban.


The group India banned didn't just own mosques. They owned schools, colleges, charities, helped where they could in Kashmir, all pieces that are having to be picked up. But in a shocking sudden move as people described it, the group was disbanded within a week. And Pakistan is also doing things with suspected terrorists.


Now, let's move away from terrorists and say the UN decides ... I dunno.. the Catholics are a threat to issues or aiding hate groups, they could very easily vote to add them to that list, or even just add them without voting. And boom, every country has to obey that has enacted and agreed to follow that list. Freeze the assets. Seize the churches. Done. How about these other groups? Maybe they should be added to the list. Done!


....So the means is there.

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